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  • proper n. the revived language of the Goths, spoken in modern times.

Etymologies

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neo- +‎ gothic.

Examples

  • It was inaugurated in 1913 and it is of Neogothic style.

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  • Myfonts · Aeronaut: A Neogothic typeface that radiates trendy ease and allows bi-color compositions.

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  • Its initial construction took nearly a decade and a half, and remodeling and additions were still in process during the 19th century when master mason Benigno Montoya added a Neogothic façade, including simple decorations on the columns and religious figures.

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  • Friedrichswerdersche Kirche - Nice church located near Unter den Linden / Museum Island, finished 1830 by Schinkel - English Neogothic style.

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